The Mubadala Community Cup is open to all amateur tennis players aged eight and above.
Gulf Today, Staff Reporter
The Mubadala Community Cup (MCC) presented by Healthpoint, the annual amateur competition for the region’s tennis enthusiasts, is making a comeback this year, giving sports fans in the UAE yet another reason to celebrate.
Registrations are now open for the competition, which will run throughout November 2021, will bring together more than 300 aspiring tennis players to showcase their skills in a knockout competition in six categories: 10s and Under (Mixed); 12s & Under (Mixed); 14s and Under (Boys & Girls); Ladies Singles; Men’s Singles, and Adult Mixed Doubles.
Winners in each of the 14 MCC events will net exciting prizes, including an once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to feature in a clinic alongside one of the world’s best players at the 13th Mubadala World Tennis Championship at the International Tennis Centre, at Zayed Sports City, in Abu Dhabi, from December 16 – 18.
This year’s MCC follows the tried and trusted format of previous editions, with the winners from Abu Dhabi and Dubai in certain categories facing off during the Championship.
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